where to find the work
of eileen gunn
Most of my stories were published first in magazines, then reprinted in anthologies. A few are available online, and those are linked below. The easiest anthology to find is probably The Norton Book of Science Fiction, edited by Ursula K. Le Guin and Brian Attebery, a retrospective of the last thirty years of North American science fiction. It contains 57 stories, including my
Stable Strategies for Middle Management.
with Andy Duncan, Pat Murphy, and Michael Swanwick
Event Horizon, January, 1999.
Isaac Asimov's SF Magazine, April, 2000.
Isaac Asimov's SF Magazine, December, 1991.
Alternate Presidents, edited by Mike Resnick and Martin
Greenberg. Tor Books, 1992.
Lichen and Rock
Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June, 1991.
Stable Strategies for Middle Management
Hugo nominee, 1990
Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June 1989.
The Loch Moose Monster: More Stories from Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, edited by Sheila Williams. Delacorte Press, 1992.
Isaac Asimov's Cyberdreams, edited by Gardner Dozois and Sheila Williams. Ace Books, 1994.
"Un Computer per Amico" in Cyberpunk, edited by Piergiorgio Niccolazzini. Editrice Nord, Milano, 1995.
"Computer-compatibile" in Isaac Asimov SF Magazine (Italian edition), edited by Piergiorgio Niccolazzini. Editrice Nord, Milano, 1995.
The Sock Story
Hugo nominee, 1989
Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June 1988.
The Best Science Fiction of the Year, Sixth Annual Collection, edited by Gardner Dozois. St. Martin's Press, New York, 1989.
Univers 1990, edited by Pierre K. Rey. Editions J'ai Lu, Paris, 1990.
Hayakawa's SF Magazine 1998/10, No. 508
Isaac Asimov's SF Lite, edited by Gardner Dozois. Ace Books, March 1993.
The Norton Book of Science Fiction, edited by Ursula K. Le Guin and Brian Attebery. W.W. Norton and Company, 1993.
Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, September, 1989.
Tales by Moonlight, edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson. Robert T. Garcia, Chicago 1983. Tor Books, New York 1985.
Proteus: Voices for the 80's, edited by Richard McEnroe. Ace Books, New York 1981.
What Are Friends For?
Amazing Science Fiction, November, 1978.
with illustrations by Leslie What
Strange Horizons, February, 2001.
Water From a Deep Well: A Biography of Avram Davidson
Afterword to Everybody Has Somebody in Heaven, Avram Davidson, Edited by Jack Dann and Grania Davis, Devora Publishing, 2000.
Smoke and Mirrors: Creating the City
Paradoxa, Winter 1994.
There's No Place like Home: Two Takes on Geoff Ryman's "Was"
with Kathleen Ann Goonan
The New York Review of Science Fiction, 1992.
Ideologically Labile Fruit Crisp: A Recipe
The Bakery Men Don't See, Jeanne Gomoll, ed. SF3, Madison, Wisconsin, 1991.
Women of Other Worlds, Helen Merrick & Tess Williams, eds. Nedlands, Western Australia, 1999.
The Difference Dictionary
Science Fiction Eye, Winter 1991.
Also published as an addendum to the Japanese edition of The Difference Engine, by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling. Tokyo, 1991. The online version has been revised extenstively for the Web.
The New York Review of Science Fiction, November, 1989.
The Elvis of the Internet
U&lc Online, Summer, 1999
The War Between Links and Text
U&lc Online, March, 1999
Breaking the Web
U&lc Online, December, 1998
Post-it® Notes is Watching You
U&lc Online, September, 1998
U&lc Online, Fall/Winter, 2000
U&lc Online, November, 1 998
Phoenix Cities of Central Asia
GORP, Spring 2000.
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